Bonnick, Helen
February 2009
Community Care;2/12/2009, Issue 1757, p8
The article discusses the importance of supervision and mentoring within the social care and the relevance of the venue to an effective discussion. It determines that it is of utmost importance the topics of the discussion and its comfortableness and ensuring that supervision is regular, challenging, and supportive.


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